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Digital technology is a part of our everyday lives and in the hands of very young children. Technology is constantly changing and these changes bring a concern for the well-being of young children when accessing digital technology. In the 2017 Live Wires International Keynote Address, Professor Lydia Plowman addresses the myths and the realities of technology usage by young children, both within an early childhood setting and the home. When thinking about children’s engagement with technology, how much is too much and do all apps count equally? How can we promote the positives and share the benefits of digital technology meaningfully with children?
After completing this webinar, you will have:
- A good understanding of current international research around the benefits and impacts of digital technology on the learning and development of young children
- A clear understanding of the ‘myths’ of children’s engagement with digital technology, and that all screens are not equal
- Strategies to promote rich and positive learning opportunities with children and technology.
This webinar is available for individual purchase via the ‘purchase’ button. Following registration and payment, a link to view this webinar will be emailed to you.
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The Learning Hub is pleased to offer the on-demand webinar series to new and renewed Learning Hub Annual Subscriptions. Find this webinar within your subscription from February 2018.
All future Learning Hub Annual subscription purchases will include the on-demand webinar series as part of our online learning package. For more information about joining the ECA Learning Hub as an Annual Subscriber, click here. For more information, email the Learning Hub team, or call Early Childhood Australia on 1800 356 900.